If you are managing networks in a large, busy area (like a park or a stadium), then you have probably experienced all kinds of problems – massive interference, signal loss during bad weather, etc. And laying wires everywhere can be clumsy and expensive, sometimes even impossible. Finally, there is a simple, secure and extremely cost-effective solution: the Wireless Wire Cube.
It is a kit of two pre-paired devices that form a blazing fast AES encrypted wireless connection. Pure plug-and-play: just point the Cubes at one another and power them on!
The 60 GHz frequency is unaffected by the crowded wireless spectrum, it offers high speed and capacity. Traditional 60 GHz devices, however, can have limited connectivity during bad weather. But not the Wireless Wire Cube! It features an automatic 5 GHz backup connection, so you don’t have to worry about any downtime. No need for additional configuration – the 5 GHz backup connection works out-of-the-box! The Cube will take care of your connection at all times.
It can easily cover a distance of 800 meters and reach fiber-like speed. The Сube form-factor has been designed with function and durability in mind. And it attracts less unwanted attention due to its size and shape. The box includes two Cube 60G ac devices that are already paired together, power supplies, PoE injectors and mounting kits for both devices.
|CPU core count||4|
|CPU nominal frequency||716 MHz|
|Size of RAM||256 MB|
|Storage size||16 MB|
|MTBF||Approximately 200’000 hours at 25C|
|Tested ambient temperature||-40°C to 70°C|
|PoE in input Voltage||12-57 V|
|Number of DC inputs||1 (PoE-IN)|
|Max power consumption||9 W|
|Max power consumption without attachments||9 W|
|Wireless 5 GHz Max data rate||433 Mbit/s|
|Wireless 5 GHz number of chains||1|
|Wireless 5 GHz standards||802.11a/n/ac|
|Antenna gain dBi for 5 GHz||11.5|
|Wireless 5 GHz chip model||IPQ-4019|
|Wireless 5 GHz generation||Wi-Fi 5|
|10/100/1000 Ethernet ports||1|
Certification & Approvals
|Certification||CE, FCC, IC, EAC, ROHS|
|5 GHz||Transmit (dBm)||Receive Sensitivity|